- About Us
- What we do
- Policy and Movement Building
- Communication for Social Change
- Local Action for Gender Justice
- Sustainability Hub
- Gender Justice & SRHR
- #VoiceandChoice in the time of Corona
- Making a difference
Advocate Mbuso Simelane is the Managing Director of Inhlonhla (PTY) Ltd. He is a Chartered Accountant and admitted by the High Court of eSwatini. He has more than 20 years management experience and more than 25 years of exposure to the financial services sector. He has provided financial mentorship and training to various other professionals in areas like legal, finance and administration. He also holds various certificates and has attended various training in a number of disciplines. He has chaired the National Commissions within and outside the country.
Advocate Mbuso has worked for several leading local companies including Swaziland Sugar Association and Swaziland Industrial Development Company (SIDC). He has served and still serves on various Boards within and outside the country, including the Central Bank of eSwatini, World Vision, SIDC, eSwatini Mobile, SOS Villages (eSwatini) and Montigony.
Gender and Governance
Gender Links is committed to a region in which women and men and LGBTI persons are able to participate equally in all aspects of public and private life in accordance with the provisions of the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development.
GL achieves its vision through a people-centred approach that includes coordinating the work of the Southern African Gender Protocol Alliance formed around the sub-regional instrument that brings together all key African and global commitments for achieving gender equality by 2015, also the target date for MDG 3 (gender equality). The Protocol is being reviewed and aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); the Beijing Plus Twenty review and African Agenda 2063. The annual Barometer measures progress made by governments against the 28 targets of the Protocol. GL has integrated these targets into its three core, closely linked programme areas: the media, governance and gender justice, and its cross cutting programmes: climate change, economic justice and LGBTI issues.
Working with partners at local, national, regional and international level, GL aims to:
- Promote gender equality in and through the media, and in all areas of governance.
- Develop policies and conduct effective campaigns for ending gender violence, HIV and AIDS, as well as promoting economic and climate justice and LGBTI rights.
- Build the capacity of women and men to engage critically in democratic processes that advance equality and justice.
This mission is achieved through a strong commitment to results that includes:
- Evidence gathered through conducting research to identify gender gaps.
- Lobbying and advocacy using mainstream and new media.
- Developing action plans in participative ways that bring together a broad cross section of partners in learning that is applied and supported on-the-job.
- Creating synergies to sustain the work.
- Monitoring and evaluating progress using appropriate regional and international instruments.
- Learning, knowledge creation and innovation.
- Ensuring value for money – economy, efficiency and effectiveness – in all GL’s undertakings.
- Fund raising at country and regional level, including maintaining a diverse portfolio of funders and income generating activities through the GL Cottages and GL Services.
- A commitment to institutional effectiveness that includes staff growth and development; efficient and effective use of IT, the purchase and maintenance of physical assets that create an enabling environment for work and wellness.
Click here for Gender Links' Vision 2020.